Tina Fey reprised her role as Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, parodying the former Alaska governor's recent endorsement of Donald Trump.
"I wanted to take a break from my full-time career of writing things on Facebook to fly down here and lend my support to the next president of the United States, Donald J. Trump," Fey's Palin began.
That's when the camera swings over to Trump, played by former "SNL" cast member Darrell Hammond, who talks secretively to the audience.
"Isn't she just the total package? Smart. Legs. Yelling. Everything," he says. "I haven't seen a woman this impressive since Jeb Bush."
Fey continues, saying, "I'm here because we Americans are struggling. So many of us have lost our jobs at the factory or our reality shows about Alaska."
Then, Fey makes an allusion to the Black Lives Matter movement, mixing in a joke about Palin's son, Track, who was recently arrested during a domestic dispute.
"We've seen our own children targeted by the police for no reason other than they committed some crimes," says Fey.
"We turn on the news every morning and are shocked to see we're not even on it, because we've been replaced by immigrants like Geraldo Rivera," she says, making an immigration joke.
In the end, after Fey takes Palin's rhetorical style to an absurd extreme, Trump admits she's crazy.
"I hope nobody's allergic to nuts, because we got a big one here," he says.
"She sounds like a greeting card from a Chinese dollar store."
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